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it is an ongoing investigation. >>> jodi arias was convicted of the killing of her former boyfriend in 2008. they say she should get the death penalty instead of life in prison and they decided she is eligible for the death penalty. >>> they are trying to get more people to walk, bike and use public transportation and they are doing that by letting city services car share reserve on streets and they could get another 150 next year. cars are available at least 75% of the time. >>> it is not a good year for small suvs and 13 vehicles were put through crash test and only a few had a passing grade. coming under which suvs performed well and which failed. >>> let's see what sal is saying about the commute. how are we doing? >> well, let's start off with the toll plaza and the metering lights are on and no trouble on the bridge but across the way in san francisco, southbound 110 and paul avenue, they are clearing a crash and it's causing a little bit of a slow down, it is not a huge back up but if it stays out there, we will have a huge problem. that looks good getting up to highway 17, let's go
sign " person. >> jody arias could now face the death penalty. a jury in phoenix commit to our last week of first degreeurder for stabbing shooting in nearly decapitating are ex- boyfriend travis alexander five years ago. the same jury found the murder let stand for being exceptionally cool during yesterday's hearing. the case will now move to send as a phased there it will give the defense got to dance as the jury to spare a live. >> new orleans police said the suspect behind mother's day parade shooting that left 19 people wounded is now behind bars. this is video the suspect being arrested. a party say 19 year-old akemnin scott was taken into custody last night in eastern norland spirit official said additional details on the arrest investigation will be made available later this morning. >> it is now been 1 months as the boston marathon bombings theled three people and injured more than 260 others. so far a fund for victims as raise more than $30 million. it was announced yesterday at the top are ready for the funds will be given to the families of those died. also double every
. o.j. simpson taking the stand fighting to get out of jail. jodi arias battling for her life. dan and nancy weigh in on both live. >>> look at this. a stroller tumbles on to the subway track.
testifying in his bid for a new trial on armed robbery charges while today jurors in the jodi arias case consider the ultimate punishment after finding her eligible for the death penalty. we'll begin in phoenix with diana alvear. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as the judge explained to the jurors, all murders are considered cruel by definition, but did travis alexander suffer during his 2008 death at the hands of jodi arias? >> we the jury, duly impaneled find that the the aggravating factor, especially cruel has been proven. >> reporter: the jury took three hours to decide that the way jodi arias killed her boyfriend, travis alexander fit the court's definition. arias was convicted may 8th of premeditated murder. >> as to count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> reporter: after the verdict, she told a local station she prefers a death sentence to life in prison. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom. so i'd rather just have my freedom as soon as i can get it. >> reporter: arias stabbed alexandre 27 times, slashed his throat, and after he was already dead, shot hi
in the case. >> 8:19. in arizona, the next phase of the jodi arias trial begins today. today, prosecutors will try to convince the jury she should get the death penalty instead of life in prison. yesterday a jury decided she is eligible for the death penalty. >>> high turn over of state water employees may be costing you the taxpayer millions of dollars a year. officials say it's tough to retain employees and that means key water facilities are not fully staffed. and that results in millions of dollars and extra costs because of inefficient water delivery and storage. >>> officials say a lot of employees are being recruited away by utility companies that can pay higher salaries. >> it is news every suv owner can use. the winners and losers of a new highway safety study. >> looking outside the window. look at those skies . a lot of clouds around the bay area this morning. meteorologist steve paulson is coming back and when you when the rain will move through. >> a big mess here. we'll tell you more about the morning commute in the bay area weather. >>> welcome back. time now is 8:23. polic
will then be turned into wetlands to lessen future flooding. >>. >> the jodi arias death penalty hearing in arizona is delayed until monday. highly emotional testimony brought arias and the victim's family to tears on thursday. last week, arias was found guilty of murdering her one-time boyfriend, travis alexander, back in 2008. there is no word on why the testimony is delaid. >>> a builder says he had permission to tear apart an ancient mayan pyramid in belize. the bulldozing sparked worldwide outrage when the devastation of the 2,300-year-old ruins came to light. the work has since stopped. but the company crushing the historic stones say it was given permission by the landowner to extract the material. >>> a mountain lion is safe and so are the residents of santa cruz, california. wildlife officials tranquilized the big cat after it was seen wandering out of the big mountains and into one of the busiest intersections in town. quite a sight there. >>> and another wild animal getting way too close for comfort. watch what happens when an alaskan grizzly bear decides to make filmmaker joe the snack
. the state department has demanded his immediate release. >>> convicted killer jodi arias is due back in a courtroom for the sentencing phase of her trial. the jury must decide if she deserves the death penalty. she underwent psychiatric testing after her conviction last week. >>> a seattle man trying to dribble a soccer ball was hit and killed by a pickup truck tuesday in oregon. 42-year-old richard swanson was just two weeks into his 10,000 mile journey which he was documenting on facebook. it was designed to promote the one world football project donating soccer balls to people in developing countries. o.j. simpson is set to take the stand today. the former football star certificate serving up to 33 years in prison. simpson claimed he had inappropriate legal representation at his 200 trial. >>> and you've heard of fans catching balls at baseball games. but take a look at this one. a little bit more impressive. watch what happens. san francisco's hunter penn loses control of his bat, it flies into the stand and fortunately, caught by a fan. a lucky moment as, of course, that bat cou
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